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freedom, liberty, justice for all. it is not happening for all. >> san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick explains why he won't be standing for the national anthem even as fans burn his jersey. >> yes, i will into sit. i will continue a stand with the people who are being oppressed. this has to change. >> the 10:00 p.m. news on ktvu fox 2 news starts now. >> good evening. i am ken wayne. >> i am heather holmes.
first we have breaking news that we are following in los angeles. that is where police are investigating unconfirmed reports of an active shooter situation at lax. >> this is a live picture as police continue a investigate the claims. you can see a huge traffic back up. police and lax authorities have been putting out tweets it the public to try to avoid going to lax if they can at this point because of this situation. we have seen video of police cars on the tarmac. next to southwest airlines planes and passengers being evacuated. walking across the pavement from the planes to the terminal itself. this is creating a mess. again, there have been no conformed reports of any shooting activity taking place at lax but authorities are not taking any chances. >> we want to share a tweet
from lax airport official. they said police searching lax after reports, all precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of the public. thank you for your cooperations. the headline right now is these reports are unconfirmed. police right now saying they have found no evidence of a shooter or any victims as they continue a search the area and as you saw absolute grid lock right now at lax. we will into follow this and provide you with any information on this newscast as well as on our twitter account and facebook accounts. back now to the colin kaepernick controversy. the 49ers quarterback spoke out about his plans to continue sitting during the national anthem. he explains why he is protesting and he didn't hold back, speaking for 18 minutes. joe fonzi is here with the mission behind his national
anthem boycott. >> opinions are flying in from all over the country after the statement colin kaepernick made frontline night and the statement he released yesterday. today he refused to stand for the national anthem prior to the 49ers game with green bay on friday. and yesterday's statement he said he would not stand up and show provide in a flag of a country that oppresses black people and people of color. today he elaborated. >> ultimately it is to bring awareness and make people realize what is going on. a lot of things are unjust, people aren't held accountable for and that is something that needs change. something this country stands for freedom, liberty and justice for all and it is not happening for all. i have great respect for men and women that fought for the
country. i have friends and family that fought for this country and they fight for freedom, people, liberty and justice for everyone and that is not happening. i know what i am doing is right. it is something that we have to come together. we have to unify and make a change. >> colin kaepernick made his first appearance in the pre- season in friday's game and didn't do anything of note in all three possessions. an injured shoulder kept him out of the first two games. when asked if he thought his stand would jeopardize his position, he said if he was cut he would feel he made the right decision. >> more on this story at 11:00 p.m. on sports wrap with reaction.
>> all right. next game is -- >> one more pre-season game before the regular season starts. >> thank you. reaction is coming in from the sports world tonight. among some of the athletes, aubrey huff. he had harsh words for colin kaepernick. this guy is a joke. get lost. if you don't like it in a country that gabe you opportunity to succeed, get out. and justin pew let people know where he stands, i will be standing during the national anthem tonight. thank you to all gender, race, religion that put your lives on the line for the flag. >> arian foster said the flag represents freedom. the freedom to choose it stand or not. that is what makes the country beautiful. >> this isn't the first time an athlete got involved in social movements. last month during the 2016 espy
awards, lebron james and three other basketball stars called on athletes to use their fame to heal a country divided. lebron james said let's use this moment as a call to action for all professional athletes educate ourselves, speak up, use our influence and renounce all violence. colin kaepernick is among a growing list of stars making their voices heard with many people asking is it the right platform? ktvu'ss a meths is -- azenith smith is live at levi stadium. >> reporter: some fans are considering boycotting games and others support his decision. it brings this issue to light as to whether athletes should stick to sports or speak up. >> reporter: fans weighed in on san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick's decision to sit, not stand during the
national anthem. >> i don't think his views represent the team views. it is not the appropriate platform for something like that. >> you don't have to stand up for national anthem. it is pride. we can do it sometimes and sometimes we can sit and be quiet. >> reporter: an athlete staking a stand is nothing new. earlier this month the dallas cowboys wore decals to honor slain dallas police officers. the nfl said the team won't be able to wear them during the regular season. in july players from the wnba wore black lives matter t- shirts. . >> first amendment right is one of our most precious rights. >> reporter: he says while colin kaepernick may not face legal consequences the 49er fan
base could take a hit. fans are reacting strongly. videos of popping up of fans burning colin kaepernick's jersey. >> colin kaepernick could suffer financially as a result of his expression if the sponsors say it is too controversial. >> reporter: fans say the controversy, the last thing the 49ers wants heading into the regular season. >> if you want your voice to be heard that is a good venue to do that. but again you have these kid that look up to these athletes and if they are going against their country and -- so it is -- not sure it is setting the best example. >> reporter: it remains to be seen how much of akra this will be because fans will look at colin kaepernick and see if he will be sitting during the national anthem and it will be interesting to see if other players follow suit.
>> yeah. cameras pointing at colin kaepernick instead of the game. this isn't the first time a professional athlete refused to stand for the national anthem. right? >> reporter: that's right. back in 1996 a denver nuggets player sat during the national anthem and he was suspended for one game. the nba suspended him. it is still unknown what will happen here. lot of people saying the nba and the nfl are two different things. >> the nfl does not require players to stand but encourages them to do so. azenith smith reporting live. thank you. you will find colin kaepernick's interview today, you can find that on www.ktvu.com and we will bring you updates on facebook and twitter. new at 10:00 p.m. a day after walnut creek's first homicide of the year a s.w.a.t. team and law enforcement tracked down and arrested the suspect. he was taken into custody today
at his home. mese say before 130 -- police say before 1:30 a.m. yesterday morning he fired several shots into a group of people. a 38-year-old was shot three times in the back. he was a father and husband to be. police don't believe the shooting was random. he was booked into the detention facility. authorities are questing he be held without bail. chicago, two brothers charged in the death of dwyane wade's cousin as she pushed a babyane stroller. -- baby in a stroller . they face first degree murder and attempted murder in the death. police say the suspects were targeting a man when the 32- year-old mother was killed. investigators say surveillance video shows the older brother with a gun in his hand. but the weapon hasn't been recovered. police say both men are gang membered and convicted felons
who are out of prison on patrol. chicago police said this was a prime example of the system's inability to stop habitual offenders. >> when will enough be enough? how often do we have to stand at a podium like this demanding my partners resolution? >> this afternoon dozens of relatives and friends gathered to remember her. she had been in the area to register her children for school when she was shot. her mother said her life is gone too soon, too soon she was taken away from us. killings like that one is why one scroll a key election in the november election. today they held a sit in as a search. what she hopes her sit in accomplishes. >> we have a gun culture in
this country unlike any other country in the world. [ singing ] >> reporter: today jackie speier used the over tones to call for action in enacting tougher gun control laws. >> close existing loopholes in a law that is already on the books that requires an incident background check. >> reporter: she points to the many gun massacres in our country. dyllan roof reloads his weapon five times during killings. >> if we don't do something about the guilt and fear it creates a psychological pain. >> anytime there is a shooting of mass or otherwise, it is an assault on all of us. >> reporter: many agree with the message adding the sit in is their way to take action.
>> i feel like i can't just stand back and be silent. >> it is an election year, a lot of political stuff going on and everyone is viking for a shot at office again. >> reporter: he owns a gun store and sees flaws and arguments on both sides. he says there are enough laws on the books. he favors following a model similar to spear's proposal where background information is shared incidentally across all states. >> the federal government check needs a be improved. there may not always be cross referencing data if one person goes from one state to the other. >> reporter: she wants congress to take action when they return from recess but it is unlikely anything will get done with something this sensitive before the november election or in the
session after the election, a lame-duck session. proponents on both sides may have to wait till the new congress and president are sworn in. ktvu fox 2 news. another california wildfire burns out of control threatenings homes, hundreds of acres gone. crews try get an upper hand on the fire. >> another transition. the announcement tomorrow about who will become oakland's next police chief. >> and breaking news in los angeles, police now saying no shots were fired. no gunman found at los angeles international airport. saying the scare came from loud noises. as we reported there were concerns of an active shooter at lax but now police are saying it is an unconfirmed report. >> and in weather lots of sunshine for this last sunday of august. right now low clouds trying to regroup. coming up where the clouds will be tomorrow morning and the
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the city administrator was appointed head of the department with deputy chief named as acting assistant police chief. belmont, an investigation is underway after a man with a knife was shot on a bay area freeway. ktvu's kristen k tells us -- christien kafton tells us why he was walking on highway 101. >> reporter: california highway patrol officers closed down highway 101 north bound lanes while they investigated an officer involved shooting. chp says it started with a call 3:20 a.m. sunday morning. the first units arrived on seen, officers tried to talk the man into a patrol car, even used a taser that didn't work. >> the suspect produced a knife, held it over his head and lunged towards an officer -- lunged towards an officer, that is when the officer used his weapon.
>> the man was taken to the medical center with life- threatening injuries following the shooting. investigators arrived on scene and closed down had north bound lanes of 101 till 7:30 a.m. investigators didn't find any abandon vehicles and are trying to figure out where the man came from and who he is. >> i don't have the name on the individual at this time. we are still trying to ascertain how he got on the freeway. what he was doing out here. >> the california highway patrol, police and the district attorney's office are all working together on this investigation. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. one person is dead and two hospitalized after their car slammed into fence at a school at 3:00 a.m. this morning. police say the driver was speeding before losing control of her car. >> for unknown reasons did not stop for the intersection. continued straight and collided into a wall at the middle
school. right now we have confirmed that one person is deceased. and two others in the car transported to the hospital. >> investigators say the car hit the school fence. all three people in the car are female. they have not released information about their ages. the two injured people are expected to survive. police say since there is no damage to the school, classes should be held as usual tomorrow. project in sacramento is about to wrap up. crews closed all but one lane on westbound 80 at the i-5 interchange friday night. it was noded so crews could -- needed so crews would replace part of the roadway. traffic was expected to worsen today. >> sunday afternoons is when it picks up. we get between i-80 and i-5 connector, 3500 cars per hour. so we are trying to keep that
at a minimum. >> lanes on eastbound are open tonight and westbound lanes will open by 5:00 a.m. tomorrow morning just in time for the commute. new at 10:00 p.m. a wildfire burned 450 acres. it started this afternoon. cal fire says the willow fire is 15% contained tonight. more than 300 firefighters are working to get the upper hand on the blaze. that see flames closed in on residential areas homeowners decided to take matters into their own hands. >> 10 minutes before the fire, came up close before the fire department got here and we got the hoses out real quick and started breaking away from the house. >> how close did it come? >> burnt around the house 5 feet. some spots right to the house. bunch the porch up. >> the evacuation order has
been lifted. no reports of injuries. closer to home. my home. san francisco. we were talking about it seemed cooler the last couple weeks. >> yeah. the fog has been relentless. >> yeah. >> today the sunniest day in san francisco -- [ talking at the same time ] >> what was the bright orange thing -- >> a big bright light. with the fog, the temperatures this month are not too far off the average. the warmest day of august was 70 degrees back on august 8. but a few years san francisco did not even reach 70 degrees. 1942. 1917. 1882. profile for san francisco. the coolest day was august 4. the average high for this month was 65 degrees. so far. and then compared to the average, 66. one degree off. and the warmest day of the month 70 degrees on the 8th.
livermore, no triple digits for august 2016. yesterday 68 degrees. typically it would be closer to 89 and the hottest day, 98 degrees. this is not too uncommon. livermore 2011 didn't even reach 100 degrees. we have changes towards september. the winds develop and with that we clear out the low clouds and fog. today with the clouds clearing. no -- the clouds did clear. towards the bay, clear skies. here is the set up on the satellite. higher clouds in the pacific. low cloud deck increasing coast side. that will work its way back into the bay. partly cloudy skies tomorrow morning. getting ready for work, getting ready for school. temperatures in the 50s to start out your monday.
in san francisco, 7:00 a.m., low clouds. mid-50s. 55 degrees. and then by 12:00 p.m. sun cloud mix 62. and then into the afternoon hours, partly cloudy skies, high clouds paying us a visit. back up into the mid-60s. temperatures tomorrow about the same as today but the high clouds moving in, they are associated with a system that will drop in on tuesday bringing cooler temperatures and thunderstorms across northern california. we will talk more about that coming up at 10:40 p.m. coming up, deadly chaos in syria. 20 people killed after two bombs were dropped. investigators trying to figure out who is responsible for the attack. >> and record attacks on the campaign trail as the presidential race heats up.
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if donald trump wins in november we will be the oldest president ever lected. if hillary clinton -- elected. if hillary clinton wins she becomes the second oldest. donald trump is continuing to go after hillary clinton on the issue. >> she doesn't have the strength, the stamina or the ability to straighten out our country. >> the hillary clinton respond saying she is in excellent health and donald trump failed to provide the public with the most basic financial information disclosed by any candidate in the last 40 years. it is time to stop using shameful distractions to hide his own record. the trump campaign said they will release medical records when hillary clinton does. calling on donald trump to release his tax returns. cpas for sunshine.
she says it is critical for the public to see the returns to decide if donald trump has any potential conflicts of interest. donald trump said he can't release his returns because he is being oughted by the irs. the irs says they have no problems with him making the returns public. all of this while one campaign fund raises and another tries to clarifies its position. a closer look at the presidential race. >> reporter: neither candidate held public events sunday hillary clinton attended phrases while supporters -- fundraiserrers while supporters -- fundraisers while supporters defended her. >> when republicans meet with their donors, they call it a meeting, democrats call it a conflict. it is not pay-to-play unless someone give someone -- no.
>> reporter: on the republican side, donald trump's campaign manager made her rounds with the press working to clarify questions surrounding his immigration policy. >> he said no legalization and no amnesty. he said this week that if you go back to your home country and if you would like it come back as an immigrant you need to apply through the many different challenges that amow people to -- allow people to apply legally. that is important. we learned to stand in line to wait our turn. he is saying that as well. >> he is acknowledging there is a massive problem with illegal immigration. and hillary clinton's plan is to ignore it. >> hillary clinton is to the left of president obama. she is for the catch and release. sanctuary cities. >> the next big events are wednesday. hillary clinton in ohio and donald trump in arizona. in washington, fox news.
donald trump is heading back here to the bay area, holding two fundraisers tomorrow. the first on the peninsula. tickets are $25,000 a piece and then another fundraiserrer in napa county -- fundraiser in napa county. both are closed to the public. still ahead a california bakery under fire. the controversy cake making national headlines and creating a social media frenzy. >> also a neighborhood is rattled when a low flying plane buzzes over head. what residents saw that made them believe the aircraft was going down. >> closed captions for the 10:00 p.m. news brought to you by ... ♪
the after math of a bombingane -- bombing in a neighborhood . this happened on friday in the city. . [ indiscernible ] >> the government and russian allies are the only ones operating helicopters. in italy victims of the deadly earthquake attended a special massane tent city. -- mass in a tent city. residents, firefighters and volunteers came. the service was held in front of a large cross. pope francis said today he plans to visit the area soon. the 6.2 earthquake struck northeast of rome killing 290
people. two men from the same community in canada just learned through dna they were switched at birth. they were born in 1975 at a hospital run by the canadian government. as they grew up people noticed how they resembled each other's family more than their own. this is the second time this mistake has come to light at this hospital and it is raising questions about substandard healthcare. >> the first time could be discounted as a mistake, the second time is a criminal activity. >> they are looking into what happened at the hospital and plans to investigate to see if there are other cases of babies switched at birth. police in scotland arrested two pilots on suspicion of
being drunk. they were scheduled to fly to new jersey. united said the pilots have been removed from service pending an investigation. they are set to appear tomorrow in court. the flight was delayed for 10 hours while they found replacement pilots. new research suggest seniors who spend too much time seatred more likely to suffer mental decline. seniors who get little to no exercise have a 50% greater risk of dementia. the participants gained the most benefit from exercise. those who exercise are better able to with stand the effects of aging on the brain . a study out of the university of michigan suggest teens who use ecigarettes are doing for the flavors, not the nicotine. there is a wide range of
flavors. they could be loaded with flavored juice. 2/3 of teens were vaped flavoring. officials and a group are questioning the study's findings. california bakery is underfire for creating a transgender ken doll cake. employees in sacramento say they had an order a day requesting the cake. the doll is pretty in pink. the dessert became a sensation and critics are not happy with their take on barbie/ken. the head cakeerater said she didn't mean to upset anyone. she just wants customers to be happy . >> even if a decoration might not mean something to me i know
it will mean something to the customer. >> it starts at $45 and goes up to $90 depending on the decor. frightening moments moments for people. a low flying military plane swooped over a neighborhood. reaction from residents who feared the worse was about to happen. >> flew over the top right here. >> reporter: he was in his yard when a large military transport plane buzzed over head. >> not more than 200 feet above my house. 100 feet above the tree tops. >> it was odd because all of a sudden the engines just quit. >> i heard it before i saw it. you always do. >> reporter: he wasn't the only one who heard it. dozens of calls came into 911. others in the area heard or saw it as well. most feared the plane was about to go down. >> ran up on the hill thinking
i would see black smoke. >> reporter: that plane did not crash. a spokesperson confirms an aircraft similar to this one did take off and may have been the area. that aircraft flies out of new jersey, the spokesperson told us its mission was not immediately known. calls were not returned sunday. the faa had no comment when asked if the aircraft dropped below their radar. they confirm an hour after the sightings their command post did make contact with the crew who indicated they had no issues to report. >> i know that seemed awfully low and odd. >> reporter: most people say they are counting their blessings it did not crash because this is the area where the king fire burned several
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cooperated with officers. no word on charges. trained dogs that find drugs, bombs, suspects and missing people. ktvu's henry lee looks at the sheriff's office k-9 unit. >> k-9 unit. come out with your hands up or i will send my dog. >> reporter: ktvu fox 2 news got a look at the k-9 training in dublin. these dogs could find weapons, drugs, and suspects themselves. >> right now he is smelling human odor. trying to find his way. >> reporter: this dog found the suspect hidden in a big crate.
deputies ordered him to come out and took him into custody. >> the dogs for us are a locating tool. and so they help us find suspects and most of the time we get surrenders. when suspects don't surrender and it meets our use of force critear we will deploy a dog. >> reporter: there are 21 dogs with the k-9 unit. 8 patrol and narcotics. one to the oakland airport. the rest sniff out explosives and the pedigree are from across the pond. >> the dogs are high end dogs from europe. >> reporter: their bite might be worse than their bark but it is all work and nothing personal. >> we had bad guys, bit a bad guy and a minute later he could pet the dog. the dogs don't hold a grudge. >> reporter: henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. and in weather wrapping up the last weekend of august with
mostly clear skies. lots of sunshine across the bay area today. few changes setting up into monday. especially by tuesday. on the satellite you can see we have higher clouds. low clouds off shore. high level moisture working into northern california. especially by monday night and tuesday. right now, though, most of the bay area is in the clear except low clouds near the shoreline. scattered low clouds into san francisco bay tomorrow morning. current numbers, santa rosa 56. san francisco 59. 60s for san jose. fremont and livermore. wind speeds as well, a breeze towards fairfield. southwest 18 miles per hour. and more wind reports for you coming out of sfo 17. and you will notice an increase in the winds throughout the afternoon hours on your monday. live look outside.
beautiful. looking toward had bay bridge lights. not much in the way of fog right now but lower clouds out there. working back into the bay. for tonight partly cloudy skies. tomorrow will be breezy and the extended forecast, the big headline no major heat. temperatureson the cool to mild -- temperatures on the cool to mild side. san francisco cool this summer. 2010, most summers for june, july and august have been below average in san francisco. it is not extremely unusual. just last year san francisco was above average for the summer and there is not much in the way of heat for san francisco as we wrap up august. in the pacific, we have high clouds out here. this high has been building in. we warm up today. sticks around for tomorrow. but the winds are on the increase. a cold front moving in from the north on tuesday. there is a slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm in northern california. maybe sonoma county.
10% chance. that is on tuesday. gusty winds. increasing winds tomorrow afternoon. lasting into tuesday. this will reinforce the cooling. trying to generate scattered low clouds tomorrow morning. 8:00 a.m. monday. and clearing back to the shoreline. we should have partly cloudy skies for tomorrow afternoon. and temperatures inland warmest locations back up into the 80s. the beaches in the lower 60s. breaking it down for your monday afternoon. santa rosa 81. san francisco 66. pacifica 64. san jose 77. and gilroy 85 degrees. your five-day forecast, temperatures maybe drizzle tuesday morning but still winds topping 25 miles per hour monday afternoon through tuesday. scattered clouds wednesday and the labor day weekend. i can't believe we are talking about that, looks like no major heat. stick to the cool to mild
weather pattern. especially coast side bring the sweater or jacket. >> okay. thank you. thousands of people took advantage of today's sunny weather in the south bay to join the pride celebration. >> a lot of rainbow flags. this year the theme was diversity, theclusion and success. -- inclusion and success. pride weekend started last night with a dance party followed this morning by the pride parade and then the festival. coming up, a very busy sports wrap. a preview of what you can expect coming up tonight at 11:00 p.m. >> the giants take the series with the braves and do something they have never done in san francisco. >> colin kaepernick does not back down from his stance to sit during the national anthem.
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heart ache for louisiana. workers on the way to help crashed. two people were killed. several were injured. police say the driver was unlicensed and in the country illegally. the flood recovery continues there. a group of volunteers bringing stranded dogs up north to clean them up and find them temporary homes. >> coming from pretty messy
understood conditions. >> reporter: a clean start. for this little pup. >> she came from baton rouge. >> reporter: all four legged victims of the floods in louisiana. >> good girl. good girl. >> reporter: getting a much needed bath at something to wag about in new jersey. >> washing off whatever it was that she has experienced before she got to me. >> if you could have seen her, she looked like a monster. she was -- just gross. mold. you know, they are in floods. >> reporter: volunteers from pet rescue traveled through muck and devastation to save the dogs. >> i am the one that drives up the streets and supplies -- i see one, i grab. >> reporter: she has 50 more on
the way up. she is collecting supplies and working with shelters. >> be need money. we have to feed them. groom them. transporting them up if we don't get free on airplanes. >> reporter: she needs more foster parents to step up. >> if i could give love and take care of them, till i know they are going into a loving home that is why we do it. >> reporter: bath time over, all cleaned up, nails clipped, this is the fresh start they deserve. >> make her feel like a presences. that is how she deserves to feel. >> makes me feel good. not the kind of person -- i appreciate. i am thinking, you know, how many more can i save. >> reporter: so many who need a place to call home. >> they are cute. >> yeah. >> clean or dirty. >> yes.
the fall tv season is almost upon us and fox's line up will be jammed packed. >> we are getting a peak at the premier of pitch. >> my kid -- >> find a new pitcher. >> you okay? >> pretty good. she becomes the first woman to play major league baseball. the executive producer shares secrets behind the scenes of the new sports drama. >> one of our number one
mantras, we will make baseball real and believable. not going to make sports shows -- a couple missteps and you can lose the audience. thought and detail and planning went into shooting the show. makes it a real challenge. >> the premier is thursday september 22 after the return of rose wood right here on fox 2. nice to see that in real life -- [ talking at the same time ] >> yeah. >> fun to see. thank you for joining us. sports wrap is next with more on the colin kaepernick controversy. >> also much more on the giants crushing victory over the braves and ktvu fox 2 news morning news starts tomorrow at 4:00 a.m. and we are always here for you on www.ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. thank you for joining us. have a great night and see you back here next weekend.
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if he wanted to bring attention to his view point, san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick has accomplished that on a national level. >> giants keep pace with the dodgers and in doing so achieve a first in their san francisco history. >> the raiders stars look ready for the nfl regular season but where they will spend the later years of their careers is in question. >> it would be difficult for me to support them in las vegas. >> little league has a world series champion and sometimes it take a less direct route to get to the finish. stick around, sports wrap is next. >> i am going to continue a stand with the people